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P. H. il. Debating Team
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ivnl drilling hy Mr. Gnrwootl followvcl. llilmlly two tl-:nns wc-rc 4-hoscn,
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result ll tio lwlwcon thc- two sc-hools.
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Girls' Glee Club or-
ganizes with Mr.
Waterman as Direc-
Mr. Reichal, from
this morning on the
use of narcotics.
green, the whole
school must be Irish.
Mr. Van Hise dis'
covers in Physics a new wave length of sound: 1-4, 3-4, 5-4. and so -4.
P. H. S. defeats "City" team.
The Girls' Athletic Association organizes.
P. H. S. students are kept busy tying tags.
Tag Day for the Play Grounds.
7 Spring Vacation. 5
The Seniors appear for the first time in their class pins.
"Backward, turn backward, Oh time, in your flight, make me a child
again." Norma McCally.
Fay Norton introduces a new method of conducting the Senior Literary
Sam Thompson ate his pie at school this morning.
23 Miss Patterson informs the Senior English class that they need to be
stirred up with a stick.
25 Report cards. "For my grief's so great that no supporter but the huge
firm earth can hold it up."
28 Bernard Barnett develops a great faculty for concentration of the mindg
he studies for five consecutive minutes.
1 Albert Dankworth's discovery in German class 1-
" You may fool all of the teachers part of the time,
Part of the teachers all the time,
But not all of the teachers all of the time."
2 High School night at Biederwolf's meeting.
11 Prof. Davey gives a talk on trees and birds.
12 Raymond Piper waits until 5:30 p. m. on the High School corner for
Mabel Dill,-and walks home with her CFD
17 Lucille Fuller comes to school with her kitchen apron on.
23 Miss Patterson looks over the entire assembly room for a senior who is
sitting just in front of her.
28 " Fatn Thoma does not have his usual stick of candy to eat in his labra-
31 Ray Levering informs the Chemistry class that hard water is nice."
4 Baccalaureate Service.
EMMA BUCHANAN. '1l.
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P. H. S. Orchestra
OONS in theOrc-hestra can forget the words of Mr. Ellabarger
when he introduced that organization to the High School for the
first time, on February 21st, 1910. He said, "Several weeks ago.
one of the boys came to me and suggested the idea that all those in
the school who play musical instruments should form themselves into
an orchestra. to be known as the 'High School Orchestraf We have the
fruits of his idea this afternoon. The boy is Vvarren Breidenbach and he
has become director."
We played three mnnbers that afternoon and received much applause,
Cat that time there were about twelve pieces in the Orchestra, including three
mandolins and a guitar.l and all were so encouraged by the reception received,
that by C'Ommeneement, the only other time at which the Orchestra appeared
last year, we were able to furnish music in plenty.
This year when we organized. only orcliestral izistrunients were entered:
this gave us about sixteen pieces, excluding lllillldllllfli, etc. It did not take
long to become used to playing together again and we were able to accept
engagements to furnish music for numerous events about town. The money
thus earned was turned into the treasury of the Orchestra and used to buy
music and to pay other incidental expenses. Now the Orchestra has as
its property a bass-viol, donated by Mr. Robert Shemmel. and music ranging
from "The SOldier's Chorus" and "Tannhauscr" down to "Steamboat
Director Breidenbach and several members Ol the Orchestra will graduate
this year, but we hope that the others will reorganize next year. and that
when chance brings us back to old P. H. S. we nuy find that "our High
School Orchestra" still plays an important part in school life.
PERSONNEL. FAY NORTON, 'll.
WARREN BREIDENBACH, '11 DIRECTOR
FIRST VIOLIN SECOND VIOLIN
GLAm's IQIEFER ................. . . .'10 ROY HOLBERT .................... . . .'l2
CA'rn1-:msn DE ARMON . . . . . .'l0 HAROLD BULL. . . . . . .'ll
CH.-KRIJ-ZS BAVMAN ...... . . .'l4- FAY NORTON ..... . . .'ll
.IEWELL BIURRAY. . . .............. '14 WARREN PETERS. . . . . .'H
ELIZABETH BOYER ...,....... . . .'ll
FIRST UORNET SECOND CORNET
I,EoNARo DAN:-'olm ....,..,........... . . .'l4 RAN-LEY BATEMAN ..............,,. . . .'Il
ITONALD lhTll.l.I'1R ................. . . .'l1 CLARENCE PENROD ............. . . .'l3
BASS VIOL DRUMS
LEONARD BLUE ................. . . .'1Q
ROBERT FLEMING ............... . . flf!
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